Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
Sunday, June 1, 2003

Panasonic launches certified dealer program

SECAUCUS, N.J. - Panasonic Security Systems has announced a new certified dealer program aimed at providing dealers and systems integrators with incentives to embrace new digital and networking technologies offered by the company.

The program offers extensive support services and education to participants to provide them with information on product most affecting today’s security market.

Panasonic has established minimum requirements to assure that participating dealers receive the education and training required to support the latest digital and networking technologies.
SBIR relocates to larger facility

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - Santa Barbara Infrared, a manufacturer of advanced electro-optic test equipment, has relocated into a newly redesigned 25,000-square-foot facility here.

The new location comes after a yearlong search for a commercial property that would accommodate state-of-the art manufacturing and future growth. The long-term lease at the new building provides for expansion with a 5,000 square foot reserve area, which will be sublet until the company grows into the additional space.

SBIR moved from a 17,000 square foot facility.
ImageWare lands seaport order

SAN DIEGO, Calif. - ImageWare Systems has received a purchase order from the Port of Seattle to extend its ID badging solution to the port’s corporate headquarters as the first phase of enhancing seaport security.

This initial phase includes the badging of all corporate employees at the seaport. The port is currently using ImageWare’s ID solution at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to create and produce professional, tamper-resistant photo identification cards.